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Error Code OOOSIA?

I have bought a car off a mate and included was a JVC KD-PDR51 Head Unit. After changing the battery I now have the problem where it will only work in demo mode and the display will keep flashing with "OOOSIA". The mate I bought the car off is now on holiday for a couple of weeks and as he has all the documentation for the unit & fitting (it was only put in 3 weeks ago), I cant take it back to halfords myself. Is there a way to override this on the unit manually?

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Re: Error Code OOOSIA?

Hi my head unit has just done the same did you manage to sort it out in the end as I can't find any solutions anywhere

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My recommendation is that you decide exactly what features you want in a new head unit and then browse Crutchfield's web site for what fits your vehicle. Currently they list 175 receivers ranging in price from $49.99 to $1,799.99. Another good online resource is SonicElectronix. They have nearly everything you want in car audio and their prices are better than you will find at Crutchfield. But their shipping is much higher if you are anywhere east of the Mississippi, it's slower, and their service just isn't as good as Crutchfield's.

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One nice thing about Crutchfield is the "Outfit my car" feature. It will tell you what fits and what modifications are needed if it isn't an exact fit. Also, If you are a first-time purchaser from Crutchfield, your order is at least $200, and you use a "friend referral code", such as mine, which is p7sdj-hrx8q-9800, you will get a $20 discount.

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